New FIFA Now involves a coalition of people drawn from fans, players, sponsors and non-sponsors and government around the world who believe that something has to be done about FIFA.
It is voluntary; this website, social media and media relations are managed and run voluntarily; we neither seek nor receive any funding.
As a first step, a coalition met in Brussels in January 2015 to discuss how real change can happen. The summit was co-hosted by European MPs Ivo Belet of Belgium and Emma McClarkin of England and convened in conjunction with Damian Collins, MP from England. The other co-founders include businessman Jaimie Fuller (Switzerland/ Australia) and former football official, Bonita Mersiades (Australia).
The summit was attended by more than 150 people, including media representatives, from Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Switzerland, Tunisia and the UK.
We have also built collaborations with other organisations including Avaaz, the International Trade Union Confederation, Playfair Qatar and Transparency International.
But most of all, for this movement to work, we need you. And your friends, team mates, colleagues and family.
We believe that by uniting on this one big idea – for a new FIFA now – we can make a difference.
Please help us get a new FIFA now by signing the petition to show that the fans and players of the world have no confidence in the leadership of FIFA and want to see change.
If you wish to get involved in other ways, please don’t hesitate to email us at [email protected].